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Top Seven Tracks for September

If you’re like me, you’ve got an iPod stocked with hundreds of songs and yet still can’t seem to find the perfect track to listen to on shuffle. It’s like having a closet full of clothes with nothing to wear. ...

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Predictions for the Lakers 2016-2017 Season

Last season for the Los Angeles Lakers was a somewhat strange one. Kobe Bryant announced his retirement, D’Angelo Russell had the cell phone incident with Nick Young (aka Swaggy P) and head coach⎻former head coach now⎻Bryon Scott did not seem ...

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‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ review: Boldly takes audiences on a fun and exciting ride

Now this is how you make a summer movie! (I am looking at you “Iron Man 3.”) This movie is definitely going to irritate some people, but for everyone else, this movie is a fantastic ride.

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‘The Great Gatsby’ review: More good than great

In the case of this film, perhaps great is too strong of a word. Maybe “The Good Gatsby” would be more appropriate.

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‘Iron Man 3’ review: Tony Stark can’t save this story

Oh “Iron Man 3,” what a disappointment you are.

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‘Oblivion’ review: You’ve seen this one before

It is as if somebody took the plot of every science fiction movie they had ever seen, chopped them up, dropped them in a hat and then just started pulling out plot points. Yes, it is that bad.

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’42’ review: Robinson biopic knocks it out of the park

The baseball movie is a tricky thing. It can produce films like “The Pride of the Yankees” or “Field of Dreams.” Films as perfect and classic as Ken Griffey Jr.’s homerun swing. However, it can also produce “Benchwarmers” and “Major ...

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Roger Ebert: The loss of a legend

Film fans and critics around the world are in mourning. On Thursday, legendary film critic and columnist Roger Ebert passed away due to a long battle with cancer. He was 70 years old. Ebert rose to fame thanks to his ...

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‘G.I. Joe: Retaliation’ review: Proof every movie does not need a sequel

One can only hope that this movie will finally convince Hollywood to leave Saturday morning cartoons alone.

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‘The Incredible Burt Wonderstone’ review: Magically manages not to be horrible

Perhaps calling him incredible is a bit of an overstatement, but Burt Wonderstone is not that bad.

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‘Oz the Great and Powerful’ review: Not your grandmother’s version of Oz

It might be hard to believe, but Tim Burton had nothing to do with this movie. “Oz the Great and Powerful” is a sort-of-prequel to “The Wizard of Oz” story we have all come to know. Yet it is somewhat ...

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‘Jack the Giant Slayer’ review: Yet another gritty fairy tale

For anyone who has ever wondered what a CG giant picking his nose looks like—boy, is this movie for you.

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Oscar recap: ‘Argo’ wins big

The Academy may have robbed him of a Best Director nomination—and likely win—but Ben Affleck had the last laugh on Sunday night when “Argo” took home Best Picture.

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‘Identity Thief’ review: The most boring road trip ever

This is the NFL Pro Bowl of movies –a bunch of very talented people doing something that is usually quite enjoyable to watch, but instead what we get is simply boring. In other words, this is a perfect example of ...

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‘Warm Bodies’ review: A zombie love story

For anyone that has ever wondered what you would get if you mixed elements of “Zombieland” and “Beauty and the Beast,” with just a dash of “Romeo and Juliet,” there is now an answer.

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The 10-Hour Flight

I am traveling with a group of 20 students from Fresno State and one professor for a study abroad program to London, England for 3-weeks during the winter intersession. The class started in Fresno with meeting during the fall semester ...

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Sights of the Senior Art Exhibit at the Conley Art Gallery

More than two dozen Fresno State seniors had their work featured in the Senior Art Exhibit at the Conley Art Gallery on campus. Two jurors from outside the Fresno State community selected 40 works that they felt best represented the caliber of art at Fresno State. The show featured an array of work, including paintings, photographs, sculptures, screen prints and projections.

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Textbooks for Free

Rice University launches an internet textbook initiative.

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